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Neil O'Toole

Neil O'Toole is the Enterprise Portal and Identity Management Architect at SAIC, a Fortune 500 science & engineering consulting firm based in San Diego, California. In addition to the day job, Neil works on a bunch of open source projects, including Apache Commons-Collections, NetTool, and Interruptible RMI, as well as being a member of the Expert Group for JSR-261 (JAX-WSA). Prior to SAIC, Neil worked at Cape Clear, where he developed some of the earliest Web Services technology.

 

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In addition to a bunch of bug fixes, this release adds the ability to export from the HTTP Client to an XML file. This XML file can then be re-imported back into the HTTP Client, making it much...

Release 4.6.0 of NetTool is now available for download. This release adds the ability to specify a proxy to the HTTP Client. It is also possible to specify authentication (username/password)...

If you're not familiar with NetTool, visit nettool.org for an overview. But essentially, NetTool is a set of utilities for debugging web & network applications...

The Interruptible RMI library provides a mechanism to interrupt RMI calls. Typically when a thread invokes an RMI method, the thread blocks...

If you haven't used NetTool before, visit nettool.org to get full details on the app. But briefly: NetTool consists of two tools, a HTTP Client, and a TCP...